Apple Is Secretly Developing Its Own Screens for the First Time

March 19, 2018

The company has a secret manufacturing facility in California Apple Watch to be first Apple product with MicroLED technology LuxVue in 2014. About a year after that acquisition, Apple opened a display research lab (described internally as a “Technology Center”) in MicroLED screens is extraordinarily complex. Depending on screen size, they can contain millions of individual pixels. Each has three sub-pixels: red, green and blue LEDs. Each of these tiny…

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Forward brings its personalized healthcare service to Los Angeles

November 20, 2017

Forward, the San Francisco-based startup that’s looking to refashion healthcare services in Apple’s image, is expanding with its first location in Los Angeles. Weaving together a number of Silicon Valley’s favorite healthcare trends, the company’s services combine proprietary, purpose-built medical devices with algorithmically enabled diagnostic tools, and the latest in gene, bacteria and blood tests to provide a holistic view of its patients’ health. These technologies and services include: unlimited…

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In win for Velcro, scientists reveal why your shoelaces come untied

May 29, 2017

When your shoelaces comes untied, the thought that probably pops in your brain is: “Ugh, that’s annoying. Guess I’ll retie my laces now.” But to mechanical engineers, this tedious occurrence represents a scientific black hole. Why do shoelaces shake off their knots, and how? Why is one way of tying a shoelace stronger than the other? SEE ALSO: These steel-like socks could replace your favorite shoes Engineers at the University…

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